FROM Robert E. Howard
TO Wilfred Blanch Talman
March 1932


Apologies for delays in replying to Talman's last letter, on account of work, a trip along the Border, and a blizzard; on The Scottish Gael, or Celtic Manners by James Logan; on Dutch colonial history, and intermarriage with Native Americans; on the possibility of armed service and submachine guns (with Howard somewhat suspicious of automatic weapons); praise for Talman's "Death" in Weird Tales, and a snapshot of Howard; asking after news of Clayton's Strange Tales.

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